Davoud Geramifard, Director of "Iran: Voices of the Unheard"

Monday, June 14, 2010

Filmmaker Davoud Geramifard discusses his film “Iran: Voices of the Unheard.” It’s an account of the ongoing political repression in Iran and the struggles of secular Iranians—both private and public.

The film profiles three Iranian secularists who have different social, economic and educational backgrounds but who share a love for their motherland and a passion for freedom.

“Iran: Voices of the Unheard” is playing at the Walter Reade Cinema at Lincoln Center, shown as part of Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Saturday, June 12, 4:30 pm; Monday, June 14, 8:30 pm; Tuesday, June 15, 4:00 pm. More information and tickets here.


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